According to the wiki for the Baltimore Ravens, the team is named after Edgar Allan Poe's poem The Raven—a sad and hallucinatory series of verses involving a talking bird that reminds the narrator he shall never be reunited with his long lost Lenore. Show More Summary
You and a guest are invited to a very special screening of Raul Garcia’s animated films “The Tell Tale Heart” and “The Fall of the House of Usher” 7:00 PM, October 29, 2012 Fletcher Jones Auditorium on the Campus of Woodbury University 7500 Glenoaks Boulevard, Burbank, CA 92510 Parking will be available on campus Please [...]
To get you in the Halloween spirit, here's everything Edgar Allan Poe has ever written. For free. News by Dave Reuss Via GalleyCat: In today's age of over-the-top slasher flicks featuring gallons of blood, chainsaws, and torture devices, it's nice to know that someone can still scare the crap out of you with words alone. Show More Summary
"Believe nothing you hear, and only one half that you see," Edgar Allan Poe wrote in his 1845 masterpiece "The Tell-Tale Heart." Almost 170 years later, imaging software with artificial intelligence capabilities is making it easier to believe all of what a camera sees. Show More Summary
The Baltimore police must enlist the help of Edgar Allan Poe when a deranged madman begins staging a series of gruesome murders around the writer's most famous works in THE RAVEN! John Cusack stars as the ill-fated author, although he often lacks the strength and conviction to carry the film. Show More Summary
1. Poe Money, Poe Problems Image courtesy of Put a Poe On It Click here to view this gallery. If you like it, then you better put a Poe on it -- Edgar Allan Poe, that is. Tumblr Put a Poe On It busts out the rhyming dictionary for aShow More Summary
Is the work of Edgar Allan Poe still scary today? Undoubtedly. We answered that question on New Hampshire Public Radio’s Word of Mouth show, along with some other Poe fans. New Hampshire’s Big Read project is sponsoring a month of Poe-related...Show More Summary
For this year's New York Comic Con, Dark Horse Comics Editor-in-Chief Scott Allie and artist Juan Ferreyra collaborated on a jam piece depicting various Dark Horse horror characters — such as Hellboy, The Goon, and the vampires from The Strain — tippling (booze and blood) at a creepy bar. Here's the artistic process that went into such a supernatural rager. More »
First Folio Theatre's Madness of Edgar Allan Poe, a site-specific theater piece performed at the gorgeous 1920's Mayslake Peabody Estate, presents a stylized version of the relationship between Poe and his young wife. As a biopsy, it's dubious - as theatre, it's brilliant. (read more...)
Ridley Scott's scince fiction thriller Prometheus and the film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven are the week's theatrical highlights. The Criterion Collection releases Eclipse 36: Three Wicked Melodramas from Gainsborough Pictures: The Man in Grey, Madonna of...
THEATER REVIEW: "The Madness of Edgar Allan Poe: A Love Story" at First Folio Theatre ???½ THEATER REVIEW: "The Madness of Edgar Allan Poe: A Love Story" at First Folio Theatre ???½
Out of all the deaths in the literary community, the passing of Edgar Allan Poe is of great interest. Still a mystery that people like to explore to this very day, the circumstances of his death are intriguing. While some believe he died because of his addiction to alcohol, others feel he suffered from disease, rabies, and cholera. Show More Summary
If you are interested in retracing the life and times of infamous writer Edgar Allan Poe, then you might want to travel to some of the locations that the author once lived with his family. This article mainly concentrates on a range of destinations to add to an Edgar Allan Poe-related trip, as well as some of the museums you will find along the way.
Edgar Allan Poe is known for creating suspense-filled tales of death and murder, as well as thought-provoking poems. Oftentimes, the plots have generated a handful of film adaptations, including the most recent one – "The Raven" – starring John Cusack. In this article, you will learn trivia concerning the works of one of the most famous authors in the world.
Known as one of the best literary geniuses of his time, Edgar Allan Poe is known for penning unforgettably chilling tales of the macabre. In this article, you will learn about some of his biographical information, as well as a few of his notable works.
When you combine Edgar Allan Poe, Philip K. Dick, Emily Dickinson, add a dash of schizophrenia, and let Sonic Youth mix, you get John F. Kersey’s “Sister” at The Rumpus. It’s something of a marvelous reading of American Lit through what some consider to be Sonic Youth’s top album, Sister (itself an homage to Mr. [...]
It is as if a great house has fallen?sunk into the mire which seethes around the ancestral manor, amid an unrecognizable, Martian landscape. The narrator of Edgar Allan Poe’s "The Fall of the House of Usher" has no name,
Who knew Poe was this interesting?
Edgar Allan Poe: I wanted to do a parrot uttering 'never more' but there wasn't much drama in that. So I changed it to a raven. They're big, black dirty birds capable of anything.
CHADDS FORD, PA.- Édouard Manet, Gustave Doré, Paul Gauguin, James Ensor, Aubrey Beardsley, Arthur Rackham, Harry Clarke, Barry Moser and Robert Motherwell are among the more than two dozen artists featured in Picturing Poe: Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe's Stories and Poems. Show More Summary